Blog: Managing wear maintains output, quality and performance
Baker Perkins’ presence on booth 10223 at Pack Expo emphasized a proven capability to meet the rapidly rising demand for bar products. Baker Perkins provides systems and process know-how to make a wide range of breakfast, cereal and health bars as plain single-stream products, or with a variety of casings and fillings.
The company’s Innovation Center at Grand Rapids, Michigan includes equipment to form and bake soft dough, filled and granola bars, as well as cookies. The booth will feature a full array of bar, cookie and cracker products made on Baker Perkins equipment.
Baker Perkins customers take advantage of the widest available range of equipment to produce cookies, crackers and bars. Baker Perkins delivers complete, automatic production plants that include mixing, dough forming, baking and cream sandwiching technology; they harness the latest engineering and control expertise to maximize performance while making machines easier to operate, maintain and clean. Machines upgraded to TruClean™ standards lower costs and improve hygiene, while maintaining outstanding levels of quality.
Baker Perkins uses its capabilities to design equipment that meets the specific needs of the industry, and imaginatively solves issues such as better weight control, reduced maintenance and easier use. As well as offering 'best-in-class' equipment for each key process stage, there is constant development of new end products and processes.
Technical excellence and innovation are firmly grounded in unrivalled process knowledge and engineering expertise won during 100 years involvement in the cookie and cracker industry throughout the world. Because we supply full lines we understand the complete process, providing unparalleled backing to customers from design, build and commissioning to complete lifetime support.
Baker Perkins has the largest installed base and the greatest depth of resources. The company, based at Grand Rapids, Michigan, is the acknowledged market leader for production of wirecut and rotary moulded cookie.
Full detail of the exhibition can be found at http://www.packexpointernational.com
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